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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, jVoveinberJll. 1910. THE LET D AIL Y 11 tiK OWSKI'S CLOSING OUT If you need a. Suit or Overcoat it would be a decided extravagance on'your'part to pass SadowsUi's Clearing Out Sale. Green Signs (liow's Out All Sadowskrs Gloves At Makers' Prices All-Sadowski's Sheep Lined Coats r At Cost All Sadowski's Shirts, Collars 50 per cent, less than regular prices Overalls. Sadoivskrs Smocks, Blankets, Com- forters Selling at genuine closing out prices. Canvas Gloves 4 Pairs for 25 C Buy all you want! All that advertising can Accomp- lish is to arouse the reader's curiosity arid rivet his attention to the point of remembering and later investigating.' But investigation must PROVE. This store advertises but no printed word of ours is ever permitted .to go beyond the bounds of proof. All that we now say the proofs are at hand. You can iiwesti- gate.Saturday morning. Whether You Absolutely Need the Goods or Not the Prices at Which They are Here Quoted Will Make It Expedient for You to Use Foresight and Buy Now 5 A Mighty Price Force is Behind this Imperative Closing Out Sale of Sadowski's Stock Half Price--Suit Price 'Why not get your clothes now at Sad- ovrski's'where the price is only half the amoiait you would 'pay for jhe same siiit or overcoat elsewhere. EVERY SUIT In the store for SUIT C In the store for 1 S6 PAIR PANTSv In the 'store for EVERY SUIT In the store- for E V E R Y 3 U i T V 1, PR. PANTS fn the store for EVERY SUIT In the store for OVERCOAT ft 1 A In the store for 1 SHIRT In "the store for EVERY SUIT In the etore for OVERCOAT 4 O In the store for 1 SHIRT In! the "store for Sadowski will win with an overwhelming majbrity--No Prices so Low--N0 Stock Better-Sadowsias retiring Sale is the best PRICE EVENfP Sale Now On. A 1 in Sailowskrs Stock out this Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes We want the giiamiiteedXinshrmiable: sat een fac- ings all sizes. Sold everywhere at 05c a giiniieiit V duriprice, a garment 45 C Penman's Finest Heavy Fleeced Under- wear. pink or natural shades: gnar- iiiiteed imshrmkable. Regular Oiu- pdce; a garment 75 C Men's Heavy Ribbed Wool Sox, dark gray; blue heel aud: toe; Penman's .H --Saturday a pair The Waddington- Stuckey Co. MEBCHANTS Timothy, .Alfalfa. Brome and Upland Oats, Wheat, Bran. Rolled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes always in stock. Office. Johnson Elk. Phone 42C- Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 683 SECRETARY SHOOTS HIMSELF Tragic End of Lieut-Go v. Gibson's One Time Confidential Man SHORTAGE OF PRODUCE LOCAL BUDGET Brandon, .llan. Nov. report tiiat -the potato crop in this .iias-falien -TimcL. ex- pectations -and as result, prices con- tinue to climb, .with prospects of, very clear potatoes bei'ore winter is over, 'mere is also bigger shortage of but- ter eggs than lor many years, unrtjsca, lost'his" Iionsc7 machinery it looks as if importation of produce barns by fire on Monday night. Pat Burns is in the city from Cal- gary. F; E. Simpson left for his home in Kamloops today- Gco. Welch leaves today for a trip to London, Kng. AtthurvWard, a rancher near Swan- and nia, and was hurled on Sunday. The. TO family went to California about a A v jycar. ago for the benefit qt Mrs. Mes-, Isers health. She is survived by her' 'husband, and a son, Clarence, and ..daughter, Gladys.. Prior to going to i California to'live they had resided in. LetKbrjdgc for between five, and ytars, Mr. Ohe.ll being employed at the Lcthu.ridgc Iron Works. The west-bound local this afternoon n hour and twenty minutes late will be necessary before very CLARKE WOODS GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Red Deer, Nov. Clarke Woods was found gailty 'of- manslaughter by Winnipeg, Nov. man who registered as W. B. Allen, and who is believed to have come from Ham- ilton. Ont., committed suicide by shooting himself in 'the month at a .afternoon aaer ten min- local hotel. He retired-to his room u-tes. deliberation, of the evidence. They gave a stron. ror mercy. The crown charged, prisoner he murder of Hector Murray, a rail- The meeting of the Retail Clcrv's Protective Association will be.held in the Labor Hall at T.oO tonight to in- itiate and enroll new members. Messrs. W. A. Rollins, E. McMahon land W. .C. Veits left today for a week's hunting trip in the vicinity of Yahk. not' arrive -until- nearly 17 o'clock. i "Scotty" -Cornish, a- laborer, was arrested" by the R. N. W. M. 'police at Coleman yesterday after- noon and taken down to Medicine Hat- to answer a "charge of stealing a watch. ito Addition recently added -to The.plans for the new Roman Catn- Trades and Labor hall buildin KEEP THE -.PORCH: MAKJiETS Trades Labor Coimcf7 Hear from Building WinnHei Wheat Winnipeg, NTov M dosod 92v, Dec opened 91, ed 9ii; 'May opened 95-2 .'.closed-, L-asii closeii No i >'or Iso 3 Inspector Nor. 3 Oats olli; No.- 1 No.. .2 -Wh.il Flax 2.47 Winnipeg Live Stock Nov. .at tlis At the Trades and Labor Council j stock yards this morning, included' meeting last nigHt a 1383 cattle, 2 bulls, Irom inspector instructing- that a frame, lean- the last. night and when he was discover- ed late this morning the body was cold. Re was about sixty years old. and had been drinking heavily. Papers found, amon? 'the effects or the de- i ceased show that he formerly held thn i position of private secretary to Hon. J. M. Gibson, of Ontario- Lieut.-Governor 1 WESTERN HIDE AND .JUNK CO, WE BUY AND SELL All Kinds of Second Hand Furniture. Ladies' and Gents' clothing. Office and' Warehouse 320 Crsbb St. 'Phcr.c 442 P.O.Box 2013 Le-ihb.-itice, Alia. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay. :'.nci j'roduce ft car. lou-est prices. Phone (J. 0. 20SO iiyyii; LethbrU ..J sr.crspt'.y iittor.ucd to To'.' Phone Office Church AT THE "Miss produced by the Al- len players at the Majestic last nicht 1 proved a very entertaining comedy. sounds of enjoyment emitted-by j the audience proved this to be a fact. i Miss Felton in the .-character of Miss .Hobbs. was as charming as ever, and each one of the supporting ii may tc in their re- spective parts to advantage. Tonight Miss Felton will be socn in of her vrry best roles, that of C'a'.siUe'. Carnilic is a strong play anri is orJy attempted by but verv rompanit-s. II. can be truthfully be suiri the Allen troupe, having specialist! on this play, are to mvryihiiig trial' tends to make Ca- luiishcd production possible. j Tne crowd since ths opening this company's encasement evening. Camillc is ifd to draw even better, how- Fee and r> i I lNAor I W c r n T r s r-. s f e r Co, Me Naught on. ol' Tay Mills, X was fo'isml in the woods v.'ith the ;op of his bend blown off. It is 1101 Known it an accident, sui- oirte or I fay n.l, SIP. :iiarif% v, .is hlcckcd Cor o tir.ie and a tow went iviil release theni. way contractor by I Quain. Electrical Co., returned recommendation day from an' extended trip through j tne-Fort G-eorge country, with! F- C- president of ..the Garbutt Business Colleges of Calgarv ,and Lethbridge, is in the city from hitting him overj1llp, fnrmcr place, visiting olic church here, drawn by Architect the bead with a whiskey bottle. Sent- [here. ence is not pronounced yet. IONEY ABE NOI_SATiSF! GIN PILLS ARE GUARANTEED Every box of GIN PILLS is sold with a positive guarantee of money back il iliey fail to give prompt relief and to effect a cure if properly used. We know just what GIN PILLS bave done for osiers and will do for you. I Tbo CaU'doiiiau Society held '.heir dance in ihc Caledonian Hall Mast iiight. The affair was well av everybody had a good (time. Needham's orchestra provided the dance music. The Literal y and Debating" Socictv :of Stirltno; have commenced their I meetings again for the winter. The j lirst prosramme will be held Wednes- day evening, Nov. i I. G. Forbes, teller in the local !branch of the Canadian Bank of Com- [nxerce, has .'jecn transferred to the :i Vancouver branch, and left today for Ihis'new position. Me will-be snccetfl- A. D. Marris, formerly of Vic- popuk efiect'ive kidney remedy in the world. We know that GIN PILLS will promptly soothe the irritated Bladder, relieve congestion of the Kidneys, take awaj the soreness in the Back and through the a.nd completclv cure Jvicincy Trouble and Rheumatism. positively guarantee that GIN PILLS do "this and we pledge ourselves to return" your should GIN PILLS net do all that ivc claim forthem. Buy GfN TILLS on -his backed liy the iKTgest wholesale drug the Jiritish'Empire. 500 a for dealers or from us direct. bos request. National j'rtij: Chemical v_o.. Toror.to. S4 AUCTION SALES cr. shorf notice. Sat- isfaetioi) guaranteed. Live implements a specialty. .'.A. -iM Leth.'Tidge, Albri-ri.. sales J. C. Ham, V.'oori Sr.. or. Col. Fuji'mire. social secretary of the Salvation Army, bis famous, lecture, "Life" Behind Prison in opera housp. last, night. Jtuiaie P. E. Wilson occupied the chair. Col. Pugmive is ac-conipanic-u by Major Morris, Provincial Corn- Sam JJurray. wlu> yusVerday fined ?i> ami costs or fifleen days' im- ior b.-in.y; flrunk by Po- lice, JMagistraU- Hall yestcrtiay morn- ing, reUased the police. to rustle.the fine. IK- did not get the money, however, but secured whisky to upcisi ixnotlu-r Me v, as picked up about 11 o'clock last night by Const. Bruce, who found him in a'mure intoxicated con- dition that ch tlu- night, bcfove. He was fined a second and costs or fifleen days thi.s morning, and is still uider lock am! key. Unless someone comes through witii SU! oiv his behalf lie. will put Ihiny days at the barracks working i; off. F. D. of Grand Forks, (North Dakota, who was formerly own er of what used to be known as the Cameron farm south-east of the city. Shut now in the wholesale grocery in the Dakoian city, is in for a few interests he still has here. Fritnd.s in the be sorrv to learu of the. on Friday last of ?'Trs. H-voiiro sovmcrly of citv. at Califor- Hopkins, of Edmonton, have received the approval of the Bishop of St. i Albert. Rev. Father Rosenthal returned this 'morning from attending the opehing of Laconibc Hoaie bv Rev. Bishop ;Legal. i The Hick-Seh] Hardware Co. are engaged in installing a completely new steam heating plant in the depot j building. I A nine pound baby boy arrived at ;the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. last night. i 13ainey Uakor, Regina, general i agent 1'cr Canada for the Ramcly Co., i manufacturers of the Rumoly Steam and Oil-pull plow engines, is in Leth- today on business. Messrs. .Smith Bros. Ji: Wilson, con- i tractors, expect that, the new court- house will be ready for use by the I first of liie year. i Ivcs, II. -T. Goode. tlugli j Boyd and -I. -J. Cameron have uirm-fJ; from Kdmonton, where they attended o convt'niitm of 7lu- Alberta Conservative Association. The former last night and the afternoon. K. Fairln'other. of the Taylor Mill- ing